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Full text of "The Dynasts : Parts First And Second"

SCENE  VII
PART SECONO
To be detained as windfalls of the war. All chattels of her make, material, mould, To be good prize wherever pounced, xipon : And never a bottom hailing from her shores But shall be barred from every haven^ here. This for her heavy harms to human rights, And shameless sauciness to neighbour powers.
SPIRIT SINISTER
/ spell  herein  that   our excellently   kig drama is not played out yet f
SPIRIT OF THE YEARS
Nor will it be for many a month of moans* And summer shocks, and winter-whitened bones.
The night gets darker, and the Palace outlines arc lost.
SCENE  VII
TILSIT  AND   THE  RIVER    ISTIEMKN
The scene is viewed from the windows of BONAPARTE'S temporary quarters. Some sub-officers of his suite are looking out upon it.
It is the day after midsummer, about one o'clock. A multitude of soldiery and spectators lines each bank of the broad river which, stealing slowly north-west, bears almost exactly in Its midst a moored raft of bonded timber. On this as a floor stands a gorgeous pavilion of draped woodwork, having at each side, facing the respective banks of the stream, a round-headed doorway richly festooned The cumbersome erection acquires from the current a rhythmical movement, as if it were breathing, and the breeze now and then produces a shiver on the face of the stream.
DUMB SHOW
On the south-west or Prussian side rides the EMPEROR NAPOLKON in uniform, attended by the GRAND DUKE OF HERO, the PRINCE OK
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